Met Éireann has issued a red alert for Galway for tomorrow Monday, October 16th. This means that school buses, run by Bus Éireann, will not operate. St. Jarlath’s College will not be open unless the red alert for our region is lifted.
Met Éireann is expected to update the warning this afternoon. Please check back later today for any further information.
A text message will also issue to staff and parents later today with a final decsision.
Well done to the St. Jarlath’s College U-16 Golf team who won the Connacht Irish Schools Pennant last Wednesday. Congratulations to Darragh Cunningham, Jack Davin and Mark Colleran. A big thank you also to their teacher Mr. Talty.
“Having been bridesmaid on three occassions in the last decade the young men of St. Jarlath’s College in Tuam finally got their hands on a provincial schools pennant when they took the 2017.18 Irish Junior Schools crown in emphatic style at Ballinrobe.
Despite a poor forecast the players were all fortunate to avoid any heavy downpours during play and it was the St. Jarlath’s threesome who made the most of the benign conditions posting what was to be an unasailable aggregate nett score of 135 courtesy of a nett 66 from Darragh Cunningham (5) and Jack Davin (5) 69.
In the end those great scores secured a nine stroke winning margin over CBS Roscommon for whom Thomas Higgins (2) returned a gross -2 (71) 69nett.
Thosaigh club Gaeilge an Déardaoin seo cáite. Tháinig go leor daltaí agus Inné bhí slua an-mhór ann. Labhair siad Gaeilge agus d’imir siad cluiche cláir. Bhain siad sult as.
Bhí an cinnire Gaeilge. Naoise linn ag cabhrú inné agus thóg sé cúpla grianghraf.
Our new Club Gaeilge started last week and is run by Ms. Ryan. A lot of students came the first week and yesterday even more took part. Students speak Irish & play games during lunchtime.Yesterday our cinnire Gaeilge, student Naoise helped out and took photos.
Thank you to Ms. Ryan and the students involved with running the club.
Congratulations to the members of the Awakenings Choir on a fantastic concert in Breaffy Arena last night. Over 400 students participated in this event. Here are three of the St. Jarlath’s College students who performed solos: Keith Boyle singing “The Lord will Heal the Broken Heart” by Liam Lawton and Cian Forde and Alan Kelly dueting on ” One More Song” by David Haas. Well done to all students involved. Thanks to Connie Burke for her work preparing our students for the event!